Learning - Educational Technologies - Articles Archive
from July 27, 2006 to June 23, 2006

Changing other people's minds, launching small and large Calls To Action, influencing and persuading others, providing insightful tools and pointers to facilitate self-discovery and personal understanding: these are the most powerful applications that individuals, small online publishers and passionate researchers can make of blogs today. Helping ... read more

Robin Good and John Blossom - Shore - July 27, 2006

Today Sightspeed will release a new version of its excellent video conferencing software, which not only allows PC, Mac and Linux-based users to communicate with video and audio for free, (paid accounts get a lot more for next to nothing) and also makes it now possible ... read more

Robin Good - July 26, 2006

Google Accessible Search is designed to help the visually challenged find the most relevant, useful and comprehensive information, as quickly as possible. More broadly, Google defines accessible websites and pages as content that the blind and visually challenged can use and consume using standard online web ... read more

Robin Good - July 26, 2006

After many months of testing, frustrating feedback and comments from users, Technorati, the three year old blog search engine, released a few hours ago a new release of their powerful search service. The key new features include: a completely revamped and easier to use interface ... read more

Robin Good - July 25, 2006
San Francisco Technology Reporter Gabriel Slate looks at this new way to display video on air. This new technology requires no screens, monitors or other physical surfaces to be able to project and display its images. "Heliodisplay images are not holographic although they are free-space, employing a ... read more

Robin Good - July 24, 2006

It is becoming progressively easier for many users to get precisely what they want by designing it for themselves. Users that innovate can develop exactly what they want, rather than relying on manufacturers to act as their (often very imperfect ) agents. Moreover, individual users do ... read more

Eric Von Hippel - Democratizing Innovation - July 22, 2006

While Google Video has just released a brand new feature which allows you to address via a standard URL any specific point inside a video (thanks Google for this - please give us next a way to also point to a video "segment"), I remain yet ... read more

Robin Good - July 21, 2006
If you are looking for a great simple free tool, that allows you to record your own video and publish it online, your search is over: Hellodeo allows you to record straight from your webcam, camcorder or from any other video signal you have incoming into ... read more

Robin Good - July 18, 2006

"Teaching and learning are changing with the Internet. Students are by and large vastly more digitally literate than many of their instructors. This is a generation that was born to and came of age online. The Internet and technology, in many cases, appears second nature for ... read more

Dennis Dunleavy - Student Matters - July 17, 2006
What is a blog? Here is a new mini-compilation (see previous one) of great video remixes that I and my micro video-editing team have created for TheWeblogProject. These have all been edited and produced collaboratively by me, Alessandro Luccardi and Nico Canali De Rossi while using ... read more

Robin Good - July 15, 2006

If you have mastered the blogging paradigm, have made your blog an authority and a reliable source of information, commentary or news in your selected field(/s) of interest, it is about time to "scale yourself up" - Work Less and Look More At The Bigger Picture ... read more

Robin Good - July 13, 2006
Want to get a glimpse of what your future computer desktop may look like and operate? Check this video: University of Toronto student//honeybrown.ca/">Anand Agarawala has reimagined the computer desktop in a way that reflects the "fuzzy" way we deal with information, taking its inspiration from the messy ... read more

Jeremiah McNichols - Thinking in Pictures - July 8, 2006
Here is a great video remix that shows further the potential of using video, music and remixing to create powerful and highly viral messages. If you are not a too-sensitive about seeing Mr President rapping about making this a better world for everyone, ... read more

Robin Good - July 5, 2006

One day all the employees reached the office and they saw a big advice on the door on which it was written: "Yesterday the person who has been hindering your growth in this company passed away. We invite you to join the funeral in the room ... read more

Anonymous - July 4, 2006
Corporate TV: Education-based online video marketing focuses on what your customers want to learn not on what you want to sell. Do that correctly and your customers will see your company as a trusted advisor. Using video and the internet to better promote and qualify your products, ... read more

Robin Good - Mindblazer - July 3, 2006

Web-based editor enables you to write online documents and collaborate with colleagues Online tool allows you to edit your pictures online Write and share documents easily, quickly and privately Draw pictures and label things on a Google map and see your work in 3D Online multiuser web application for ... read more

We need to "see" through information. Visual imagery can tell stories and truths which would be very hard to capture and communicate otherwise. While we need to badly see how the world is changing from a comprehensive and ... read more

Hans Rosling - TED Conference 2006 - Ted Talks - July 1, 2006

Staying connected with the news and information that matters to you the most has never been easier for mobile phone users worldwide thanks to the latest announcement from Google, which has just made available several mobile services which further facilitate access to Google-based information services while ... read more

Robin Good - June 28, 2006

Building a blog network This section focuses on network of weblogs, or blogs, at a global consulting firm. The firm has decided to link its 100.000 consultants through a series of five weblogs, or blogs in order to help them have access to more up-to-date information ... read more

Kathleen Gilroy and Bill Ives - Otter Group - June 24, 2006

IM is the fastest growing communications channel ever. It is growing faster than the use of telephone and mobile use, faster than e-mail usage. Although people tend to associate it with teen-agers use, instant messaging is increasingly well entrenched in the enterprise as an efficient collaboration ... read more

Robin Good - June 23, 2006

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